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allowed anapestic meter binary closed syllables configuration correption count as light dactyl degenerate feet deleted diphthongs discussed disyllabic weak positions English phonology example extrametrical fact final consonant final syllables Finnish foot formalism grid Hayes heavy syllable Hopkins iambic meter iambic pentameter initial syllable Kenyon and Knott Kiparsky's language Leino's rules lexical monosyllables lexical stress lexical words light stressed syllable lines linguistic long vowels metrical pattern metrical position metrical rules metrical structure monosyllabic mora moraic trochee non-lexical words occur optionally Paul Kiparsky phonological phonological phrase poems poets polysyllabic possible properties prosodic quantitative verse requirement resolution resyllabification s w s scanned as heavy scanned as light scansion secondary stress section 2.2 seen sequence short vowels Sidney's sonorant sprung rhythm stress rule strong position strong syllable syllable is heavy syllable quantity syllable weight syllables with short Tennyson's ternary feet third syllable unprominent syllables unstressed vowel length Voyage of Maeldune weak syllables